Stories By 'Adarsha Dhakal'
November was a bittersweet month for Nepali cricket. On November 11, the Mulpani Cricket Ground saw its first ever competitive match.
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After a morale-boosting win over youth team of Bangla-desh in their preparation tour in Savar, Nepal headed for the ACC U-19 Asia Cup on Tuesday but with a very low expectation.
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At 24, Tribhuvan Army Club’s (TAC) badminton prodigy Ratnajit Tamang has won almost everything he can domestically. His trophy cabinet is filled with 22 titles he has collected over the last five years,
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When Prince Pal Singh, India’s 6’7” tall centre, slammed a towering dunk over his Nepali counterpart in the recently-concluded SABA U-16 Boys’ Basketball Tournament, it showcased more than just the power and prowess of an individual athlete.
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Athletics coach Dhani Ram Chaudhary has vivid memories of how the Dashrath Stadium looked like an international sporting venue when he took to the track for a 400m race during the eighth SAF Games in 1998.
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On June 22, cricket’s world governing body International Cricket Council (ICC) handed Afghan and long-time associate nation Ireland the coveted Test status, propelling them to the elite group of cricketing nations.
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